Last Friday I gave a talk for a group of fantastic local women in Austin where I live. The room was packed with women full-time in their Non-Nine-to-Five purpose, part-time, and some just starting off.
During my talk I made a bold claim saying:
“You are being selfish if you are not sharing your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose with others.”
I basically told every woman in the room she is selfish.
The truth is if you are not taking consistent and committed steps to:
Get clear on your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose
Move your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose forward
Share your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose with others with a clear CTA (Call To Action)...
You are being selfish because others who need what you have to offer and would benefit greatly from are literally being denied of your service and support.
There was once a time I didn’t believe anyone in their right mind would want to hear what I had to say, let alone trust me in supporting them BUT...
I have consistently worked through these intense and limiting thoughts with a fierce commitment to taking bold actions over and over and over again coupled with listening to my coaches and mentors NO MATTER WHAT.
If you truly know that your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose is a deep calling, you are meant to help others outside of the 9-5, generate an income on your own, and create sustainable and successful self-employment it’s time to stop being selfish and start taking bold and brave steps.
At The Non-Nine-to-Five™ I coach women just like you how to take precise bold and brave steps so they become the confident women they know they are meant to be AND create the success they have always wanted.
I guarantee if you take bold and brave steps consistenty you will experience nothing short of a miracle.
Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed,
P.S: Check out what Meg created by taking a bold and brave step with Non-Nine-to-Five support:
“I'm coming onto the forum to celebrate getting another job creating social media content for another company!! I may even get to fly out to the location to assist in filming content on site!! I was so nervous for this interview that I used one of the tools Jen teaches for the first time! This allowed me to think about what I needed to have prepared for the call & how I wanted to present myself.”